GMA: Lindsay Lohan ‘Liz & Dick’ Trailer & Cindy Crawford Beauty Tweets


Good Morning America: Good News for Lindsay Lohan

GMA: Lindsay Lohan 'Liz & Dick' Trailer & Cindy Crawford Beauty Tweets

Good Morning America talks about good news surrounding Lindsey Lohan and Cindy Crawford tweets a beauty secret. (s_bukley /

Lindsay Lohan is starring in a new movie on Lifetime called Liz & Dick, about the relationship between Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. The movie covers their controversial relationship which involved quite a number of scandals and front page tabloid news. Everyone at Good Morning America agreed that Lohan looked like a pretty good Elizabeth Taylor in the trailer of the film.


The trailer to the movie starts with a voice over saying “they drink, they fight, they fornicate,” and shows numerous scenes of Lohan thwoing battles and drinking intensely. Good Morning America also pointed out that it was a bit ironic Lohan was playing another drama queen Elizabeth Taylor.

Good Morning America: Cindy Crawford Beauty Secret

Cindy Crawford has given up one her beauty secrets over Twitter. She tweeted that she thinks wearing less make up as you get older is wise decision. Crawford tweeted that too much make up can make a person look older than they actually are.

Good Morning America looked at some photos of Crawford with makeup and she is still stunning. Everyone in the studio seemed amazed at how beautiful she is. But Lara said she would never want to do a show without makeup.


Good Morning America: Email and Texting Etiquette

Researchers have discovered a correlation between how birds act and how humans use texting and emailing. They found that the way use texts and emails could be since in the ways different birds act. For example, the robin is a very efficient and neat emailer and texter, which Lara pointed out is a good match for Robin Roberts as well.

I have no idea what kind of bird I might be like with my texts or emails. Maybe a road runner since I type fast. What do you think you would be? And more importantly, why would they do research on this topic? Let me know what you think in the comment box below.


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